A bit tight for big rigs but doable without stress. Campground roads have new asphalt. The sites are desert sand. About one third of the sites have a concrete patio and raised charcoal grill. The rest of the sites have a fire pit with a grill attachment. Sites are well maintained as is the entire park. Restrooms and laundry are spotless. Spa was hot and clean. The store is well stocked and features American made items. The social room is nice and coffee and muffins are served there in the mornings. Fantastic views of Lone Pine Peak and Mt. Whitney. Lone Pine is a 3 mile drive north of the park.
Was pleasantly surprised by this campground! Easy to get around with a big rig. Roads and sites are well maintained gravel. The landscaping is very nice. There are oleander bushes between sites for privacy and quite a few large trees. Interesting mining equipment in front of the store. The tent sites are raked and each site has a shade structure over the picnic table. There is a grass playground for kids. Each site has a raised charcoal BBQ. The store has a great variety of groceries and RV parts at fair prices. The showers are large, tiled, and private. Good views of the mountains. Easy access from the interstate but the traffic noise wasn't bad. Would have given this park a 10 if there would have been an enclosed dog run. They do have a large area cleared of sage brush for dog walking. About a 10 mile drive for groceries.
This former KOA became Riviera RV Resort and Marina at the first of the year. The park is located on the Colorado River. Staff was super friendly and escorted us to our site. Our pull through was long, level, and grassy. The narrowness of the sites makes the side by side hook ups a bit too cozy with your neighbor. Restrooms were clean and the shower stalls roomy. The store had a good selection of snacks, supplies, and tee shirts. There is a decent sized, grassy enclosed dog run. Quite a few long term residents at the park. If you are traveling west, take the exit immediately past the agriculture inspection station and follow the signs to the park.
We bought our motorhome at Lazydays in Florida and stopped here for service, hence our campsite was free. If you bought elsewhere, but are here for service, your rate will be discounted. Tucson is a busy town, so you will hear sirens, trains, and military planes. Other than the big city sounds, this is a great park. Sites are wide, fairly long, and nicely landscaped. Park roads are paved and your site has a nice paved patio area. Some sites have lawn and most have a citrus tree (guests are invited to pick). There are 2 sparkling clean pools and spas. I found the restrooms/showers to be clean; showers have plenty of hot water. Doggie bag stations are scattered throughout the park. If you are traveling with your 4 legged buddy, you might want to request a site near the large, enclosed dog run, otherwise it can be quite a hike to the area. There is a Camping World on the grounds as well as Lazydays sales and service. There is a restaurant that serves breakfast (buffet), lunch and dinner everyday except Sunday. Had dinner from the restaurant several times: nothing exciting and a bit pricey but better than cooking. Muffins, pastry and orange juice are available at no cost from the sales foyer in the mornings. Frys grocery store, Walgreens, and WalMart are within a couple miles.
We've overnighted here several times. Convenient to I-10 with Walmart and restaurants nearby. Sites are large and very nicely landscaped. Restrooms/showers are sparkling clean and the showers are individual private rooms. Very easy to maneuver a big rig on the park's paved roads. Sites are level. Only the end sites have tables. Most sites have side by side hookups but this is in no way a drawback. The dog enclosure is only about 15 feet wide but runs most of the length of the park - lots of room for off leash fun.
Paid for 2 nights but we only stayed 1 because my husband hated the place that much. Many permanent residents and several old, worn rigs. Two tiny enclosed dog runs. Restrooms were clean and showers were good.
Not bad for an overnight stop. The level, gravel site was plenty long for our 45 footer and tow. Restrooms were clean and the shower stalls large. Check in staff was very nice and helpful. Many sites contained an RV but didn't appear occupied. Easy access from US 75.
Easy maneuvering for big rigs! Sites are long and level with either a concrete pad/patio or patio only. There is grass between the well spaced sites. Most interior roads are paved. The store has an excellent variety of RV parts. Restrooms and showers are sparkling clean. There are 2 large, grassy dog runs. The park is easily accessed from I-20 but far enough away to not have interstate traffic noise. Chain drug stores, restaurants, and Walmart are all about a mile away.
Short drive off the interstate and no traffic noise. Sixty foot concrete pads, everything else is gravel. Restrooms are clean, shower stalls are very large, and there is great water pressure. There is a small, about 30 x 30, enclosed dog run. Shopping is about a mile from the park. Most sites have long term residents. This is a good over night stop.
Was surprised to read the poor reviews of this campground. We found the park to be clean and well maintained. Sites and roads are gravel with grass between sites. Restrooms are very clean as is the laundry facility. Very easy to get to the park and only about a mile off the interstate. Waffle house and Walmart are about 1/2 mile down the road. Sites are a bit short for a big rig and tow. There is a wonderful 7000 square foot grass enclosed dog run.
Don't trust your GPS or Mapquest to route you to this park. It is about 8 miles north of the center of Troy, turn off Hwy 231 at mile marker 83. The park is well maintained. Campground roads are gravel but the sites are paved. Some of the sites have a rather steep incline before one reaches the level concrete pad. Lots of open space for dog walking and there are 2 catch-and-release ponds. The restrooms and laundry are spotless. The shower stalls are small. There is only one restroom facility and it is a long, cold hike if you are in sites 33 through 86.
We found this campground to be one of the best KOA's we've ever stayed at. The grounds were well maintained; restrooms were clean, shower stalls were small butd th there was good pressure and hot water; the sites were long and level, ane staff was friendly. Even though it was under a shedding oak tree, the pool was clean and the spa was nicely hot. The enclosed dog run was spacious and clean. The far end of the park has what they call Premium sites. The grass in this area was greener and there were paved patios. Most interior roads are dirt. The park is about 2 miles from restaurants and shopping.
We enjoyed this park! The sites are all back in, but they are huge at 45'x 75'. In fact, the entire park is huge at something like 500 acres. Sites are level and grass with an occasional palmetto tree. Roads throughout the park are paved and in good shape. The exercise room is a bit worn down and the equipment somewhat dated but in working order. Restrooms are clean. The showers aren't much: the main facility near the pool, features small cubes with a communal drain and, at the far end of the park, the shower is a roomy curtained off area in a communal restroom. I used the aforementioned shower: great pressure and lots of hot water. The pool is a good size, clean, and fairly warm. There is golf and a driving range. Did not eat at the grill, but I did check out the reasonably priced menu of breakfast and lunch items. At the far end of the park there is a marina for the intercoastal waterway, and Lighty's restaurant. We were fortunate to have dinner at the restaurant. Can highly recommend the fried shrimp and the chicken/bacon sandwich. Lots and lots of areas for doggie walking at the park but no waste bags. Our rig is 45 feet long and we tow a jeep: no problems maneuvering around this park at all. Shopping is about 15 miles away. We'll be back next year!
We spent a month here after leaving the resort, about 5 miles down the road. We would have left this KOA after a week, but my husband was in the middle of having dental work done in Key West. The sites at the KOA are incredibly tight. We literally had to walk sideways to get between our rig and the picnic table. Not sure how many times my husband had to help rigs get around the curve (tree in the way) in front of our site. While the park itself is trash free, the back area and county road are full of trash. The park drives are paved but the sites are coral gravel: expect to vacuum/sweep a couple times a day and mop every day. When the wind wasn't blowing, the no see ums would eat you alive. On the positive side, the work campers were an incredibly fun and friendly group. There is a well stocked camp store with reasonable prices. The cafe serves breakfast and lunch every day and is open til 7 three days a week. It serves burgers, chicken wraps, hot dogs, etc., and occasionally has a yummy dinner special. The pub has reasonably priced drinks, bingo on Mondays, and bands several nights a week. (Wouldn't want a site near the pub unless you are a party person due to the noise.) The pub is a hot spot that attracts many locals.
The positive first. We've spent the late fall/early winter months here for the past few years. The park is exactly what one visualizes when thinking of the Florida Keys: large, level sites, gorgeous views, tiki huts, palm trees, etc. It is a short 10 mile drive to Key West. When one doesn't feel like making the trek to town there is a good restaurant (Kaya), and a small convenience store a short bike ride away. This is a condo park, meaning each site has an individual owner. This translates into sites of various sizes and amenities. The most basic lot will have a tiki, privacy hedge, picnic table, and crushed coral to park on. Other lots are decked out with flat screen TVs, refrigerators, exotic landscaping, and pavers. There are 3 price schedules: off water which is the least expensive, canal, and open water which are the pricey-ist. There are 2 ways that I know of, to rent a site here. Bluewaterkey.com maintains to office at the gate and manages something like 60 sites. Bluewaterkey.net manages about 13 sites. We've found both management teams to be friendly and helpful. We've heard the dot net sites are somewhat less expensive. Now for the negative. White flies have taken over many of the coconut palms, gumbo limbos, and other trees. These pests deposit a black, sticky substance that will drip onto your rig on damp mornings. I mentioned we have stayed here for a few years and had become friendly with most of the owners. When we pulled in this year, we were informed of a 2 pet per site limit. We had recently adopted dog #3. Management informed us if there was a complaint we'd have to kennel a dog. (No way would that happen.) We talked to virtually every owner and they were fine with our girls. Then one day it happened, after 2 months a newly arrived owner complained and we had to leave. We were assured this owner complained about everything, but we were in violation, so left without a wimper. We will not return.
The park is clean, staff is friendly, and the location is convenient. The road construction, reported in other reviews, is now complete. The pool is warm and sparkling clean. The park advertises as being pet friendly but there is only a small area devoted to dog walking. The showers/restrooms/laundry were all clean. I have a pet peeve with shower temperature valves that try to trick the user; I wasted lots of water trying to find the hot water setting. We had a heck of a time maneuvering our 43 footer in this park and, therefore, won't return.
Asphalt sites are plenty wide but only about 45 feet long - your tow will have to park in front on the site access road. Sites have a slant to them that we assume is for drainage. The grounds are very well maintained and have nice landscaping. Office staff is very friendly and helpful. The screened pool sparkles and is large and warm. Shower stalls are roomy and have good water pressure. While they are clean there is a bit of mold in the grout. There is a small enclosed dog run. This 300 site campground is part of the huge Lazydays complex which includes RV sales, Camping World, Cracker Barrel, Flying J, Exit 10 cafe, etc. A small Walmart, Publex grocery store, CVS, and other shopping are a 5 minute drive from the park.
This is our second visit to this gorgeous park. All the sites are large and with the exception of a few grass ones, all paved. The pull-through sites are easily over 100' long. The park is clean and quiet. Restrooms are spotless. The tiled showers are large with great pressure and hot water supply. There is a large walk in swimming pool; it was not heated during our October stay. If one were planning a rally there is a community building and huge covered outdoor area. There is a tennis court, shuffleboard, and fitness facility. The enclosed dog run is a bit of a walk from most sites but the size of it will give the most active dog a great workout. The only semi tight spots we encountered in the park was at the entrance/exit gates, otherwise, easy for big rigs to navigate. Many acres of the back portion of the park are being developed as condo sites. I understand these sites will be for both park models and RVs. I hope this development doesn't have an adverse effect on this wonderful destination.
This park is well laid out for big rigs. Sites are gravel, level, and roomy. The park was a bit dusty. Restrooms/showers were tile and very clean. Showers had a few small missing tiles and a couple small spots of mold. The shower stalls and adjoining dressing area were large. Showers had decent pressure and plenty of hot water. The laundry room was clean. The pool was closed for the season but the spa was open - hot and sparkling clean. There is a large community room complete with large screen TV, piano, couches. games, and many books. There are lots of areas to walk dogs as well as a smallish (about 50 x 30) enclosed dog run.
According to the park literature a Civil War battle was fought where the park is located; there is a monument to the 84th Indiana Volunteers to commemorate the fact. History aside, a beautiful setting with many large trees that didn't interfere with our satellite reception. Major cable service is also provided. Sites are gravel and level. Interior roads between the rows of sites are tight. Sites in the north half of the park appear to be long term residents. There are mens and ladies restrooms that are spotless. There are 6 individual showers; roomy, good pressure, and lots of hot water. The campground office has a good selection of RV supplies, cold drinks, and ice cream. If you visit here in the fall consider asking for a site that isn't shaded by an oak tree, otherwise you will be pelted with falling acorns.
We enjoyed our stay at this park. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Roads are paved, and the sites are gravel, some with concrete tire strips. Interior roads are a bit steep. Most of the sites are buddy sites, but, unless you are traveling with someone or they get busy, they avoid putting someone behind you. This makes the sites large. The terracing and abundant trees create a sense of privacy. Restrooms/showers were clean; good water pressure and hot water supply in the showers. The park is located less than a mile from Walmart, Krogers, Walgreens, and a shopping mall. If you are traveling with a canine companion the city dog park is just across from the access road that leads to Elvis's childhood home.
Older KOA, and while clean, the facilities are tired looking. Spaces are tight. Because of the trees, no satellite signal, but the park's cable worked well. Restrooms and showers were clean. Good water pressure and hot water in the shower, but the stall was small. Laundry room was clean. The camp store was well stocked with snacks and Arkansas items. There are 2 enclosed dog runs. Staff was very friendly. The escort to site not only helped us park, but get out of our site the next day without hitting a tree. Lots of noise from I-430 that is adjacent to the park. Walmart and other shopping is a couple miles down the road.
One of the nicest KOAs we've ever stayed at. They seem to be making improvements rather than letting it run down. Was a bit tight in a couple places for our 43 footer, but not too bad. Everything was exceptionally clean. Showers were tiled with excellent water pressure and plenty of hot water. Registration staff was friendly and knowledgeable about the area. There is a nice sized enclosed dog run. The park is located about 10 miles east of Oklahoma City. Even though it is about a mile off the interstate you can still hear the traffic.
Am so glad we took the advice of RV Park Reviews over Trailer Life and stayed at this park. We have stayed at other Amarillo parks and this one is the best. The entire park is big rig friendly. Sites are large, level, and concrete. Utility access is very convenient. Check in staff couldn't have been nicer. There are 3 bath/laundry houses scattered through the park and more facilities in the large pool house. They are individual restrooms with a large tiled shower. Lots of water pressure and hot water, not to mention spotless. Was impressed with the ice freezers located at the bath houses - large bag of ice for a $1; you left payment in a box. During the season the park has a restaurant, off season they cook pizza and wings. Very good! A large fully loaded pizza was only $12. The pool and large spa were closed for the season but there was a clean and warm spa still available. The park is located a few miles west of town in an agriculture area. There is a Love's station about 1/4 mile from the campground entrance. Only negatives would be a bit of I-40 noise and there are a few long term residents.
Park is located on the west side of Albuquerque. You will have about a 5 mile drive to a grocery store but you can get there via a frontage road. Check in and escort staff were extremely nice and friendly. The park is convenient to I-40; traffic noise is acceptable. The park is very clean. Access roads for sites 1 through 186 are a bit tight. If you have a big rig I suggest your request to be put in the 200 block. The camp store is well stocked with both snacks and souvenirs. The park provides a continental breakfast and popcorn is available throughout the day. The restrooms are spotless and the showers provide lots of pressure and hot water. There is a decent sized enclosed dog run. Camping World is located across the Interstate.
Nice park! The sites are gravel, level, and have a picnic table. The individual restroom/showers are very clean. Shower had great water pressure but I could only get lukewarm water - don't know if I was doing something wrong or if it was the park's problem. The staff was very friendly. There are 2 large enclosed gravel dog runs. The convenience store is well stocked with snack items and Route 66 memorabilia. The park is convenient to the interstate which translates into traffic noise. Train tracks are also nearby.
Beautiful park on a gentle hill overlooking Lake Powell. Our site was in loop D. All the pull through sites have side by side hookups. Very spacious on your curbside, so don't worry about feeling like you are in a can of sardines. The only issue is to make sure at check in that your view window will face the lake. The camp store is well stocked with snacks, cold drinks, and memorabilia. The pool and restaurants are located at the lodge, about 1/2 mile from the campground. Restrooms are clean although there is a $2 charge (coin op) to use a shower with a 15 minute timer. Having to pay for a shower is the only reason I rated the park a 9 instead of a 10. The town of Page is about 5 miles from the park. There you will find Walmart, Safeway, golf, etc. There is a $15 park entrance fee that is good for 7 days.
Graveled park with lots of large trees (spotty satellite reception). Sites are long and fairly level with a slight forward slope. Restrooms were clean, shower stalls typical KOA, small and fiberglass. The laundry room was very clean. There are 2 small enclosed dog runs with pick up bags provided. The camp store is quite well stocked. Campers seem divided between over nights and permanent residents.
Park like setting with lots of tall pines (prevented satellite reception). Check in was friendly and efficient. The office has a few basic RV supplies and ice cream. The grounds were clean and well maintained. The sites were level. The few pull throughs are short and grass. There are some paved back in sites; they appeared quite short. Restrooms/showers were rustic but clean; good water pressure and hot water in the shower. Laundry room floor was clean but the area around the washer lids were filthy. There is a restaurant (expensive) and Chevron convenience store within walking distance. A small market is across the highway.
Reason for the stay here was a breakdown, so it was an oasis in the middle of nowhere. RV park is gravel with wildflowers separating the sites. Restrooms and showers were decently clean; good water pressure and hot water in the small shower stalls. The cafe next door served us a good dinner for a reasonable price. There was no cell or internet service.
Class A motorhomes only. Beautiful condo park. The landscaping is gorgeous, sites are paved, level and generously sized. Amenities include 4 pools, spas, exercise room, putting green, a large club house, and a diner that is open for breakfast and lunch. Dog walking is limited to a grass area at the front of the park, so if you are traveling with your 4 legged buddies you might want to request a site that is conveniently located. The park is within walking distance to Target and several restaurants. Groceries, Bass Pro Shop, and a large casino are a short drive away.
Only reason we stayed in this park is because we had a breakdown and the Cummins repair place is only 2 blocks away. Preferred their parking lot (electric and water) but due to our extended stay, needed to dump. Zuni is mostly inhabited by residents living in older, rough looking rigs. Sites are level and graveled. Interior park roads are rough, pot holed asphalt. The restrooms/showers and laundry are very nice and spotless. The park is convenient to shopping, including a Walmart, and Route 66.
Park has 3 sections: mobile homes, park models, and RVs. During our visit the park was only about 1/2 full, so it would likely be a different experience when busy. The main park roads are wide, paved, and in excellent condition. Pull through sites are accessed via a narrow, gravel alley. The sites are short but wide, level, and graveled. Small trees give definition between the sites. Internet is available for a small daily fee. Our Verizon air card worked fine. The park has excellent maintenance. Restrooms/showers are somewhat dated but clean and there is excellent water pressure. There are many recreations available including shuffleboard, pickle ball, workout room, a pool and a spa (pool and spa were closed during our stay). There is a nicely stocked library. The park seems pet friendly and there are 2 enclosed dog runs. The town of Prescott Valley is 2 1/2 miles away. There you will find groceries, drug stores, etc. Prescott, a few miles further has Wal-Mart, Costco, Pet Smart, etc.
This is our second year to spend a month at this park. It is clean and well maintained. The pool is heated to a comfortable temperature. Common areas are nicely landscaped but don't expect anything between the sites but gravel. Sites are level and paved. Except for a couple shorties, all sites are back ins. Showers are private, large and scrubbed down daily. Washers and dryers are commercial sized. Donuts, juice and coffee are provided each morning. A convenience store/fuel station is close by and a casino is across the highway. The town of Fountain Hills (3 grocery stores, Target, Walgreens, etc) is about 2 miles away.
Nice park. We had a pull through site: paved, long, and easy to get in and out of. The few pull throughs are essentially hookups in a parking lot. Just fine for a night or two. Restrooms and showers were modern and spotless. Pool area was beautiful but the water was freezing. Spa water felt warm but didn't see anyone using it. There is a small putting green. The park is convenient to I-10 but no interstate noise. Staff was super friendly.
We've stayed here several times and enjoy the park. Granted it is a bit rustic, but the sites are roomy and level, staff is friendly, restrooms are clean, and it is quiet. The on site Road Runner cafe serves a limited breakfast and dinner menu - food is pretty good. The town of Fort Stockton (Walmart, grocery store, auto parts stores, fast food, etc) is an easy 3 mile drive on a frontage road. Desert views from the park are very pretty.
This is one of our favorite parks in the United States. Staff is always friendly and helpful, sites are paved and large, and everything - the grounds, restrooms, pools, buildings: are always sparkling clean. The park offers many activities (but not so many as to be overwhelming), including bus trips to attractions out of the Kerrville area. The only slight negative for the park is the interstate noise. The park would be perfect if an enclosed doggie park were to be built.
This park is convenient to I-10 but far enough away that the interstate noise isn't bad. Sites are concrete with ample parking room for your tow. Check in staff was friendly and helpful. The river view is beautiful and the pier looks like it would provide for good fishing. Most roads between the sites are narrow. The tail swing from a 5th wheel parking across from us hit our mirror. Luckily it is a swing away so the only damage were scratches for both of us. The restroom stalls had no doors and there were no curtains on the showers. There was dirt in the corners of the shower stalls. Most sites are obviously rented long term to people employed in the area.
Not a bad place for overnight. Sites and access roads were well maintained and the bath house was adequate. The park was a couple miles off the interstate and was therefore quiet. We felt comfortable staying here. The gentleman who checked us in was friendly and informative.
This is a huge park, about 1700 sites with 3/4 of them being occupied by park models. Sites are reasonably spacious but can be likened to a parking lot (no privacy). There are constant activities, the dog parks are fantastic (bring your own bags), the pool is beautiful, and, although I didn't check it out, a huge new fitness facility. There is a bar and restaurant. Restaurant fare is basic burgers, pizza, etc. If you like hustle, bustle, and never a dull moment this park would be perfect during the season.
This park was a wonderful surprise! All sites are level, very large, and most are paved. Access roads are wide enough for our big rig. Laundry, bath, and showers are sparkling clean and roomy. There is a tennis court and shuffleboard. The new pool is having heater problems but they are working to fix it. There are activities but not so many as to be overwhelming. There is also a very large, grassy dog park. I recommend taking the detour off I-75 and spend time at this park! You'll be glad you did!
This seems like a different park from when we visited it in November. Didn't realize how packed the place could be. Staff is still friendly but the facilities seem to have lost their sparkle due to the volume of residents. If you have a big rig like we do, make sure the person taking your reservation fully comprehends your size. Our 43 footer was shoehorned into a site that might comfortably house a 26 footer.
This is our winter home and we love it. Staff and fellow RVers couldn't be better. This is a condo park, each site being individually owned, which means there is no set standard. The site you are assigned may be paved or gravel, Tiki might have a simple table or decked out with every amenity, and the landscaping can range from a simple privacy hedge to an exotic show place. There are two agencies that handle the rentals in this park, www.bluewaterkey.com (the one we always use) and www.bluewaterkey.net. Restrooms and showers aren't fancy but there is good water pressure, showers are roomy, and the facility is always clean. Although not fenced, there is good dog walking areas with pickup bags provided. All sites are level, large, and private.
Immaculate park right on the gulf. Sites are level, and, along with the driveways, gravel. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Tropical landscaping is beautiful. The park does not have showers and the restroom is open only when the laundry room is open. The sparkling pool is kept at 87 degrees. The dog walking area is small and next to the highway. If your dog needs more exercise there is a very nice doggie park in Marathon (ocean side of US 1, turn in at 75th Ave, park will be on your left).
The park is located about 5 miles off the turnpike. Our power steering hose blew as we pulled into the park. Staff was very helpful getting us parked and finding a mobile mechanic. Sites are long, level, and grassy. Showers are clean and have good water pressure. There is an enclosed dog run, about 60 x 60, pick up bags are provided. The spa and pool are very nice. Other recreation includes shuffleboard, horseshoes, ping pong, and a paved walking path around the perimeter of the park. There is morning coffee at the clubhouse.
Everything about the park is nice: sites, staff, and amenities. The grounds landscaping is very pretty and meticulously maintained. The parks location, between I-95 and the tollway, is convenient yet there isn't loud traffic noise. The showers are spotless and roomy although the water pressure isn't very good.
This park has everything. The sites are huge, paved, and level. For recreation, there is the golf coarse, driving range, tennis, shuffleboard, fishing, and 2 pools. No need to leave the park if you don't feel like cooking as there are 2 restaurants. There is even a post office and hair cutting salon. Showers are spacious and have great water pressure. Everyone who works here is beyond friendly and helpful. This park is also a nature preserve. With that said the wildlife is abundant. This includes poisonous snakes. Our dog got bitten while in the park's dog run. Be aware of these nasty critters! There is an emergency vet with anti-venom in Melbourne, 35 miles away. Close to the park you will find Walmart, Lowes, Cracker Barrel, etc.
Everything about this park is shabby: the bathrooms, buildings, lawns, Kamp K nine, even the trees are shabby! That being said, it is clean, pull through sites as well as the park roads are paved, and dog waste bag stations are conveniently located throughout the park. The beach, CVS, and restaurants are nearby.
Very nice park. The sites are large, level, and paved - lush grass and a privacy hedge between sites. Everything, with the exception of the restroom floors, is sparkling clean. The office store doesn't have any groceries, but it does carry RV parts and supplies. There is a good sized, grassy, triangular shaped 'bark park'. Showers are roomy and have good water pressure. Three truck stops are in the area, so this can also be a fuel stop. Waffle House, Denney's, a grocery store, etc. are also nearby. Only negative, even though it is a distance away, is the interstate noise.
This is a gorgeous park. Sites are large, level, paved, and private. We found the staff to be extremely friendly and helpful. The showers are fantastic: roomy, great water pressure, and lots of hot water. The swimming pool and tennis courts receive meticulous maintenance. There is a decent size dog run and waste bag stations are located throughout the park. Groceries and restaurants are nearby.
We had a large, level, gravel pull through site that had a picnic table and charcoal grill. The section we stayed in was reminiscent of a state park with large trees (to some that will translate to no satellite signal). Staff was helpful and the facilities clean. Some of the restrooms/showers were quite primitive but they are building a new bath house to replace those. Long term residents are in their own section of the park. Nice Kamp K-9, about 50 x 60 feet with some agility toys. For large, active dogs the 3 foot high fence may not be adequate. Waste bags are provided. Easy walk from the park to a CVS pharmacy, fast food, and a couple of real restaurants.
This park has color coded sections, yellow being closest to the ocean, red with ocean views, blue, and then orange which is convenient to the pool, office, and store. The yellow sites do not have an ocean view due to the sand dune. Permanent trailers are parked in the perimeter sites. The sites are fairly level and grassy. Except for moldy grout on the changing area floor, showers are clean and have good water pressure. The stalls are tiny fiberglass cubicles, but the changing area is fairly roomy. There is no place to walk dogs except through camp sites. Pick up bags are provided. The base price for our site was $65 - there is a $5 charge for 50 amp, $5 for each dog, and $5 for guests. After checking in and reading the campground brochure we realized we were in violation of their 'absolutely no electric water heater' policy. During our visit the park was only about 1/3 full and it was busy. Imagine it would be a zoo during peak season.
Decided on this park over other ones on our route because 'Trailer Life' reported an enclosed dog run. There are posts and gates but no fence. There is a good grassy pet walking area. No waste bags but they do provide cut down bleach bottles to use as a scoop. Sites are reasonably level and decently spaced. The shower privacy walls are situated over a communal drain trough. Showers/restrooms are okay clean with a few spider webs in the corners. It appears most of the campers are long term.
This is a beautiful park. It features spacious, paved, level, landscaped sites. It is a couple blocks from the main road to Sevierville so it is quiet. Showers are roomy, sparkling clean and have good water pressure. Good areas for dog walking - bags are provided.
The park is in a beautiful setting and is very clean. Hookups seem to work well but could use updating. Restroom and showers are spotless. Showers have decent water pressure. Sites are not very level. Vast grass areas for dog walking, but no waste bags.
This park is truly big rig friendly! Sites are easy in/easy out, concrete, level, long, and wide. There is grass and a small tree between sites. Each site has a table and fire ring. Lots of structures for kids to play on including a large bounce pad. Showers/restrooms and laundry are sparkling clean. Staff is friendly and helpful. There are two, good sized enclosed dog runs with pickup bags provided. Restaurants and shopping are about a mile from the park.
Make the 8 mile drive from West Plains to this park! It is wonderful! There are only 14 level, gravel sites. The park is picturesque and spotless. Owners couldn't be nicer. No dog waste bags but excellent areas for doggie walking. Bring books for the incredible book exchange. Showers/restrooms are pristine and have good water pressure.
Park is very clean and features level, gravel sites. Be prepared to pay cash or write a check as credit cards are not accepted. The office is closed between 12 and 2 for lunch. The single restroom/shower combo is clean, tiled and has good water pressure. There is a large grass area for dog walking but no pickup bags. The entrance driveway is steep - our 43 foot motorhome drug bottom.
Not a bad park for overnight. There are a few concrete sites but most are gravel. Staff is friendly. Bathrooms/showers are tiled and spotless. Not great water pressure in the showers. There are 3 off leash dog enclosures ranging in size from tiny to approximately 50' x 80'. Pick up bags are provided.
This is a nice park! Lots of good sized trees, level sites, and spotless facilities. There isn't an enclosed dog run but there is a large area of the park that you can let your well behaved dog off leash. Waste bags are provided. Internet is free and works good.
When we first pulled into the park I wasn't impressed. After a couple hours here I came to really like it. Staff is super friendly and helpful. The sites have side by side hookups but they are roomy, so that isn't a problem. The pool is large and warm. Showers are sparkling clean, large, and have great water pressure. There are 2 dog walking areas with bag stations.
This is a condo type park (sites owned by individuals). Over half of the 365 spaces contain park models, but don't think shabby, tin trailers still sitting on their wheels. These have all been nicely customized with log siding, Colorado rooms, and feature pretty landscaping. The RV sites are together, not scattered in between the park models. RV sites are extra large, paved, and level. The landscaping creates privacy between sites. Showers are tiled, clean, and have great water pressure. The indoor pool is large and warm. Dog walking was a bit difficult. There is a walking path next to the Blue River but it was too narrow for me to safely negotiate it with my large dogs. We had to use the lawn around the club house. Dog waste bags were provided.
Level, long gravel pull throughs. Thankfully they no longer use the side by side hookups so the sites are also wide. The park is very quiet. A short walk will take you to fast food and a Mexican restaurant. The showers are tiled and clean. There is a small enclosed dog run and clean-up bags are provided. We would stay here again unless there was room across that street at the State Park.
Lady who checked us in was very nice and helpful. This is an older mobile home park with a few RV and tent sites. While the pull through sites are long, they have side by side hookups which make them extremely tight. Showers were clean and had great water pressure.
Pulled into this park at 4:10 in the afternoon and the office was already closed. Many rigs pulled in after us, therefore longer office hours should be in order. Because the office was closed we were not able to get a Wi-Fi code. The paved, level sites resemble a large, dirty parking lot. Sites are separated by a 10 x 10 grass area and a tree. Sites are short but the wide roadways make entering and exiting easy. There is one each for men and women combo restroom/shower. I walked in and turned right around because the facility was filthy. There is an enclosed dog run, approximately 25 x 50, but no waste bags are provided. Our 50 amp pull through site was $65 for one night: that figure included our 10% Kamp Klub discount. In our mind the park might be worth half that fee. On a positive note, Cabela's is nearby and, if one is a gambler, the Boomtown casino is within walking distance.
I cannot think of anything negative about this park. Sites are paved, level, and spacious. The staff is helpful and friendly. There is an enclosed dog run and a pet path, plus the rodeo parking area next door is accessible as an exercise area. The little town of Sisters is about 3 miles down the road - don't miss the bakery!
Beautiful park on the Columbia River/Umatilla Lake. Interior roads are will maintained but tight for big rigs. Sites are spacious and level. Bathroom/showers could use some paint and need to have the spider webs swept down but I consider them to be reasonably clean. Lots of open space for dog walking but no waste bag stations.
We are in total agreement with everything the previous reviewer said. In addition, the sites are paved, level and easy to access via the wide interior roads. Shower stall was on the small side, but clean. A coin box that accepts quarters turns the shower on. 50 cents gave enough time for a leisurely scrub. There is a large lawn area dedicated as a pet walk. Waste bag stations are conveniently located throughout the park.
Our four day planned stay at this park extended to sixteen. Hosts are extremely helpful and nice. Dust can be a problem when guests don't follow the 5 mph speed limit. With that in mind, I suggest avoiding sites located on the main park road. Sites are level and very spacious. When a guest leaves the site is raked and manicured for the next visitor. My only negative comment about the park concerns the showers. While they are clean and the water pressure is great, one has to press a button about every 15 seconds to keep the water flowing. For the four legged guests, waste bag stations are scattered throughout the park and there is a large off leash doggie run that has grass, trees and bushes.
Not only are the spaces tight but so are the site access roads. There is a sign at the check in area that motorhomes must disconnect their tow cars. That said, I wouldn't recommend this park for an overnight stay. The park is clean and quiet, check in staff friendly. Most sites are not very level. There is an enclosed dog run, going to guess 50 x 50 feet, but no waste bag stations anywhere in the park. As the park is nestled in its own little valley surrounded by large trees, one has the feeling of camping in the middle of nowhere, however town is just a block away. An easy walk, using one of the park trails part of the way, takes you to a pretty good BBQ restaurant. A shopping center with a Safeway store is being built across from the park path. Be warned, don't trust GPS or Mapquest directions to the park! Double check your route with the park office!
If you have a train phobia don't stay at this park! Personally, I found them entertaining. As others pointed out this is a new park so most of the landscaping is immature. There are some nicely wooded sites for those who aren't concerned about satellite reception. Bathrooms were very clean but located at opposite ends of the park. The northern one is a mobile type bathhouse, the other is part of the pool/office/store complex. The store was very well stocked with fair prices. Interior roads are all new pavement, sites are gravel, level, long and wide. The park is very clean. Lots of areas to walk our 4 legged campers but no enclosed dog run or waste bag stations. A fairly long hike to the river.
We arrived at this campground about 1:00 this afternoon. The restrooms (checked them all) had debris on the floors. Sites are paved and level. The interior roads appear to be a bit tight for exiting the sites.